Glenn Chapman Google unveils a touchscreen notebook computer designed for high-end users, throwing down a gauntlet for Apple and its MacBooks.
David Pogue Microsoft's Surface Pro is a full-blown computer, complete with powerful i5 processor.
The world's largest gadget show wrapped up on Friday, and the organisers said it was the biggest ever, beating last year's record in terms of the floor space companies purchased to display their...
Liam Tung Microsoft set to offer Australian retailers its iPad competitor ahead of other nations on the back of world-leading tablet popularity.
David Pogue The gadget most likely to be found under the tree this year is thin, battery-powered and flat.
Ben Grubb An Australian business that rents out computers is installing software that in the US has been used to spy on users, including taking webcam images.
James Manning The spread of free hot spots suggests we can almost always be connected.
Not so smart
Michelle Griffin Beware of bosses bearing digital "gifts" that will turn your weekends into work time.
'Tis the season of the tablet.
Glenda Kwek Norwegian developers have created one of the world's smallest computers on a USB-like stick.
Asher Moses Sony’s Tablet S is the best Android tablet yet but it’s no iPad killer, writes Asher Moses.
Ted Gregory Constant connection to electronic devices is second nature to millennials.
Tom Scocca Microsoft Word is cumbersome, inefficient, and a relic of obsolete assumptions about technology. Tom Scocca believes it's time we all gave it up.
Matt Smith With almost 50 per cent of Australia's internet subscribers using mobile or wireless broadband, serious concerns are being raised about the security of wireless systems and the ease of hacking.
Catherine Armitage Technology and a younger workforce are reshaping the office, writes Catherine Armitage.
Have you ever downloaded a software update from your hotel room or a coffee shop? If your answer is yes, then you may have been hacked.
Juha Saarinen How to travel safely with your tech, for your own sake and everyone else's.
Louisa Hearn With a new iPad coming next week, can Apple's tablet shrug off its label as a plaything for well-heeled technophiles to become the computing device of the future?
Nick Galvin Five internet gurus spell out what's happening at technology's cutting edge.
David Flynn Don't let anyone tell you the new BlackBerry Bold is an iPhone killer.